|Felicia 1965 - Stuart Roe; University of California,|
SHOWS THE LIFE OF A NEGRO GIRL IN WATTS, Los Angeles, California. PRESENTS HER OBSERVATIONS ABOUT LIFE IN A SEGREGATED COMMUNITY, EXPRESSING SOME OF THE HOPES and FRUSTRATIONS OF THE NEGRO POPULATION AS A WHOLE. Shows the disadvantages, frustrations, and hopes of Negro life in an American ghetto as seen through the eyes of a young Negro girl living in Watts in suburban Los Angeles in the spring of 1965, a few months before rioting broke out...
Keywords: race; Watts; African-American
|Search For Self - Color Me Clean - Black Women In Recovery - Part 2 - Black Eyes Productions|
"Four black women - Joy, Debra, Jill and Brenda, retell and relive their experiences with drug addiction."-- description from box.
Keywords: vhs; african american; drugs; addiction
|African American Heritage - Schlessinger Media|
"Exciting adventures appear at every turn as children are introduced to the vibrant sights and and sounds of Africa (with a focus on West Africa). -- description from box.
Keywords: vhs; Africa; African-American; Schlessinger
|The Invisible Soldiers: Unheard Voices|
"A powerful award winning documentary on the contributions of African Americans in World War II"-- description from box.
Keywords: vhs; african american history; world war II
|Not Your Usual " Black History" Special - Picture This America|
"An interesting and entertaining look at some "not so usual" people and events in history...interwoven with little known facts about African American history..."
Keywords: vhs; African American history; Joe Louis; early Black Filmakers; Todd Duncan:the First Porgy; slave quilts; civil war soldiers; Stone Mountain; Black History
|Break Through Profiles Of Scientists Of Color - Blackslide|
"...profiles of three scientists of color whose work in computer science and mathematics has taken them to positions of importance...All...discuss their work, their lives and the journey...in an important area of science and technology...Valerie Taylor, Richard Tapia, Freda Porter-Locklear"
Keywords: vhs; Valerie Taylor; computer science; African-American; Northwestern University; Richard Tapia; mexican-American; applied mathematics; Rice University; Freda Porter-Locklear Lumbree-Indian Pembroke; Pembroke State University